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a commanding lead early. and then at halftime, beyonce commanded the stage. ♪ all the single ladies >> reporter: joined in a surprise reunion by destiny's child. the second half began with an electric kickoff return by jacoby jones and then the electricity went out. a loss of power left half the stadium in dark. when the game ended it was the niners who had all of the energy, mounting a huge comeback. but in the end, the baltimore ravens hold on for an exciting win. the end of the super bowl. but the party continues in new orleans. mardi gras resumes. jay gray, nbc news, new orleans. >>> the family of muhammad ali is trying to knock out rumors that he's on his death bed. they released photos of watching the super bowl in ravens gear. i quoted ali's brother that he was near death. >>> first lady michelle obama sent a tweet last night, watching the super bowl with family and friends. beyonce was phenomenal and i'm so proud of her. >>> before the big game president obama condemned the ban on gay being allowed to boy scouts. >>> new york times columnist paul krugman said that the current fight over
very much. >>> for the first time since the inauguration, beyonce has broken her silence about the lip sif g sinki sinki sinki sinki sinki sinking con troe versy. >> that settles it. >> at a news conference, she erased all doubts about her ability to perform it live. after the song, mrs. carter took questions and she commented on the controversy. >> due to the weather, due to the delay, due to no proper sound check, i did not feel comfortable taking a risk. >> beyonce will be performing the halftime show at sunday's super bowl and says, yes, she will absolutely be singing live. >>> the first jobs report of 2013 will be released this morning. the experts predict unemployment will stay at 7.8%. late thursday, the senate passed a bill extending the borrowing limit but just for four months. tracie potts is live in washington with the latest. good morning. let's get started with the jobs numbers. what are we expecting to see? >> reporter: 7.8% is where we are, 7.8% is where economists think we'll stay. it's below that 200 mark that is a benchmark for continued growth. we're seeing back and
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